Yasuyuki Tanoue

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We describe our approach to generating realistic crack patterns on the basis of a physical model. Our simulation model consists of nodes that represent infinitesimal volume elements on the surface of an object and springs that represent the effects of the physical connection between these elements. The fragmentation of the material is expressed by the(More)
Infantile autism was diagnosed by DSM-III criteria in 132 children (26 girls) who were outpatients of the Tsuchiura Child Guidance Center during the years 1977-1985. The children, all Japanese except for one Laotian boy born in Laos, were classified according to year and month of birth. The prevalence rate of infantile autism in southern Ibaraki, Japan,(More)
Since early weaning in infancy has been known to result in vulnerability to infection, weaning times of 145 children diagnosed as autistic by DSM-III were statistically compared with those of 224 normal children in the same catchment area: 24.8% of the patients and 7.5% of the controls were weaned by the end of 1 week, a significant difference. Early(More)
We describe a method for simulating the process of cracking based on a 3D physical model. Cracks appear when the stress caused by internal or external force exceeds the tolerable amount. We applied a spring network model to a simulation of cracks that appear on drying clay. Clay contracts, or shrinks, as it dries. Because the surface part dries more quickly(More)
This work describes SysteMorph, a feedback directed dynamic, online and adaptive hardware/instruction set architecture (JSA)/software co-optimization technology. The technology enables to optimize performance, power, and consumption energy for a system dynamically. We describe SysteMorphs elemental technologies those are an online profiling, a dynamic(More)
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